tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC January 4, 2016 11:35pm-12:37am EST
jimmy. i'm the host. thanks for watching. thanks for coming. i missed you terribly. i really did. very nice. happy new year. everybody have a nice day of asking your co-workers if they had a good holiday even though you don't actually care if they did? [ laughter ] you ask and then you tune out, you don't hear one word they said. i did some traveling over the holiday. i'll tell you something, an underrated part of holiday travel are the things you overhear at the airport. i was at the airport in palm beach coming back to l.a., florida. a tsa agent pulled this couple aside. it was a routine thing, she was going through their bags. but i'm standing there, i'm waiting for my backpack, and i hear her say, the tsa agent says to this woman, you know who you look like?
and the woman goes, what? and the agent says it again, you look like kathy bates. people don't always tell you that? and now the woman is mortified. she's about 35. and by the way -- [ laughter ] looks nothing like kathy bates. i mean, literally nothing like her. she has red hair. she looks more like kathy griffin than kathy bates. [ laughter ] but the tsa agent keeps going. you look just like kathy bates. and the woman she's saying this to, she's not even responding. she's sputtering. you know that sound, the nozzle makes when a steam room starts to heat up? that's what's coming out of her she's speechless. she's standing. and her husband's standing there too. because he knows if he says something he's in trouble any way you slice it. then finally the tsa agent, the number one most important part of the tsa agent's job, is supposed to be an ability to
realizes that maybe the lady she keeps comparing to kathy bates is not flattered by this comparison. [ laughter ] she goes, "i hope that doesn't offend you. i'm a big fan of kathy bates." [ cheers and applause ] i almost forgot my backpack. anyway, good time. people are the best. they really are. this was on tv while i was in palm beach. the cbs affiliate there had a story on the florida state football team and why one of their star players is going to miss the bowl game. and then let's just say this should hopefully serve as a reminder to news anchors everywhere of the importance of paying attention. >> jimbo fisher confirming today that the fsu quarterback will not play in the peach bowl because of a family issue. >> death in the family is the rumor. >> certainly is. you've got to love that, though, huh? right after this. >> or maybe you won't be back.
his family owns a funeral home. he sees it as a positive. [ laughter ] in case you haven't heard it, enough already, happy new year. after tonight, though, you're not allowed to say it until 2017. it's when the new season of "the bachelor" premieres, that's the official cutoff for saying happy new year. [ applause ] now, new year's eve, a lot of people tune in to watch the ball drop in times square. i find that to be kind of boring. i did not watch the ball drop this year. this is how we rang the new year in. >> 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1! happy new year! [ applause ] >> jeff: then he bit one of the hoverboard's tires off. you know, the sunday after new year's is supposed to be the biggest day of the year for online dating. i guess when the clock strikes midnight and you have no one to kiss it makes an impact on you. so a lot of single people go
yesterday, the first sunday sunday. yesterday was dating sunday. tonight -- today is bachelor monday. [ laughter ] it really -- but according to match.com there's a 60% increase in the new members that they have between christmas and valentine's day. and the best time, the single best time to sign up was yesterday at 3:00 p.m. is the prime -- and if you didn't yesterday at exactly 3:00 p.m., alone. i'm sorry. [ laughter ] you want to find love the old-fashioned way, you don't need match.com. a new season of "the bachelor" -- all you have to do is be the bachelor. bachelor ben higgins is here tonight following the big season premiere. [ cheers and applause ] the 20th season of "the bachelor." bachelor seasons are like dog years. they go by fast, and they hump your leg while they're at it. [ laughter ] so i got an advance copy of "the bachelor" last night, had it on in the kitchen while i was making dinner. my wife is watching it in the living room, and my wife is a very nice, very, very nice person.
and i hear her as i'm making salmon, she's talking. she's yelling at the tv. she's saying like, "please, you wore a onesie. you showed up in pajamas. what did you expect?" and this goes on throughout the show. i'm just kind of listening. and i hear her say, "looks like loft." which i think is an insult but i don't actually know. and then she says, "you have the seen." and then at the end of the rose ceremony, at the end of the show she says, "bye, weirdos and whores." [ laughter ] this show has turned my wife into a vicious monster. i was scared to leave the kitchen. so at one point i wander in the room and i'm looking at all these women and i announce, i see all these women. i said next season they should get an undercover lesbian contestant on the show to infiltrate. and my wife didn't even look back at me. she says, "yeah. you say that every year." and then i went back into the kitchen. and by the way, the reason i say it every year is because it's a
so after the last season of -- [ cheers and applause ] thank you. finally. that's why i have to come here, for validation. no one clapped for me at home. [ laughter ] so ben h. is the bachelor. he was nominated. he had to get i think 2/3 majority approval in the house and senate. and he did. [ laughter ] he comes from a small town in indiana. the town he comes from is so small it doesn't even have a mansion filled with 28 single women. he had to come here for that. and what a group of women they came up with. one showed up in a unicorn mask. one gave ben a full-on dental exam. one only spoke russian. and that's not the crazy -- the crazy thing is he gave all three of those women a rose. they all continue on to next week. so tonight they did the thing where all the ladies come out of the limo to introduce themselves. it's a big moment because the contestants want to do something creative to distinguish themselves. and that, my friends, is almost always a mistake. >> hey. >> hello, beautiful.
>> oh, my gosh. yes, i'm ready for football. >> hut hut. >> jeff: i like a >> i like a lady i want the young people at home to pay attention. this is rachel who chose to enter on a hoverboard. >> if you decide to ride a hoverboard around instead of walking, you too will be unemployed. and finally, a first for the bachelor, in 20 seasons they've never had this before. identical twins. >> i'm emily. >> hi, emily. >> nice to meet you. >> i'm haley. >> hey, haley.
we never date the same guy. >> we like -- you are the exception. we are here for you. >> we can't wait to talk to you. >> oh, definitely. >> do we talk together inside or individually? >> both. >> both. okay. >> nice seeing you. >> yes. >> jimmy: there's no way that ends well. [ laughter ] but each one -- they got roses. each one. i keep wanting to kick the other one off for no explanation. sorry, she's just prettier. [ laughter ] the big surprise, though, was that two women from last season came back. >> obviously, i was expecting you. >> ben is not. >> oh, god. >> why do you guys want to do this? >> i mean, like when i came out here for chris, like i don't think i got an opportunity really to like get to know him. and when i found out it was ben, i was like super excited and i was like, i'm not going to give this up. i have to come out.
she was in bachelor chris's final two. but who the hell is this woman? i've watched every show. i've never seen her before. they say her name's amber. i think maybe they're testing us to see if we're paying attention because there have been 48 ambers over the course of this show. that woman is not one of them. you know, last season "the bachelor" was chris soules, who's also known as prince farming. chris proposed to whitney. they got engaged and now they broke up. so now chris is single again. i thought it might be helpful to check in with chris to see how he's doing. i don't know, helpful for him or us, i'm not sure exactly. but let's go to our big cisco screen to the wall of america and say hello to chris. [ cheers and applause ] hi, chris. >> jimmy. how are you? >> jimmy: look at you. still handsome. chris, do you have any memory of amber? was she on your season of the show? >> vaguely. >> jimmy: even he -- he probably had sex with her, he doesn't know who she is. [ laughter ] chris, you were on -- tonight
giving ben relationship advice. which is kind of funny because you are now at home alone, not in a relationship at all. >> yeah. they didn't think that one through. >> jimmy: yeah, no. i guess not. now, becca is back on the show. is that weird for you? because she was in your final two. >> yeah, it's a little weird. i'm not sure what -- apparently i wasn't enough. she's got to go back for a second round. >> jimmy: they introduced her as becca the virgin, which i guess means you struck out, huh? [ laughter ] >> yes. >> jimmy: are you interested in -- maybe you're interested in any of the women who were cast off the show tonight? we could send them all to you? >> you know, there's a few. i haven't been able to see the episode yet because i'm actually talking to you instead of watching the show. >> jimmy: oh, okay. >> but there's a couple. amanda, she's kind of cute. she caught my eye. but i haven't seen much about -- i don't know much about this
>> jimmy: you're still in that godfor godforsaken little town with no people in it, right? does tinder even work there or are you the only one on it? like if you swipe is it your own face you're looking at? >> pretty much. it doesn't have enough range to get the cities around us. you can't extend enough miles to actually have women on tinder. >> jimmy: there's a chicken enthusiast and a cowgirl on this season. where the hell were those women during your year? that would have been perfect for you. >> i don't think so. [ laughter ] all right. i just wanted to say hello. we're worried about you. we miss you. you wound up with nothing. >> i miss you too, jimmy. >> jimmy: you're just there with a light bulb. you don't even have a lampshade [ laughter ] but there he is, chris soules, happy new year. >> miss you, brother. >> jimmy: when we come back, donald trump released a new tv ad today.
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the ad, this ad, if you haven't seen, it's everything we've come to expect from donald. it's understated. it's thoughtful. it's got all -- it says trump will cut the head off isis. it doubled down on his plan to ban slims from coming into the country. this is his first paid tv ad. in fact, trump said his campaign is $35 million under budget. which that's what happens when you have the mexicans pay for everything. you're going to come in under budget. trump is still the front-runner among republicans, but finally we're in the election year and things are still very much up for grabs. really the only thing we know at this point about the republican nomination is we shouldn't let steve harvey announce the winner. and that's -- [ cheers and applause ] kim kardashian and kanye west, as i'm sure you know, recently welcomed their second child. a boy. they named the boy saint. and kim shared the first photo of saint over the weekend,
her private life. [ laughter ] this is little saint holding the finger of his sister, north -- either that or kanye has tiny hands. i'm not sure. leave it to kim kardashian to create a teaser campaign for her baby. of course we don't see saint's face in the photo, but the hand does give us some clues, and based on that hand our in-house sketch artist has created a rendering of what he believes the baby looks like. guillermo, reveal the new baby. >> here, jimmy. >> jimmy: that is what the baby looks like. baby west. [ cheers and applause ] i didn't know you were so talented. >> it's hard to draw a baby. >> jimmy: it looks -- you based that entirely on the hand? [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's like one of those balloon animal babies, you can tie the arm in a knot. well, we've only seen a tiny glimpse of saint west. e! the e! network already
>> you've seen his hand in an instagram photo. now see saint west's hand do what it does best. party. coming sundays to e! it's "saint's hand takes the hamptons." watch as this four weeks old hand sunbathes on yachts, dates the world's sexiest models, and launches its own fashion line. sound boring? it is. but you'll watch any piece of garbage tangentially connected to the kardashian family. isn't that right, ryan seacrest? >> ha, ha, ha, ha. >> "saint's hand takes the hamptons" only on e!. >> i'm the number one baby hand of all time! [ applause ] >> jimmy: already struggling to keep up with it. so today is january 4th. how's everybody doing with their resolutions so far? well, i made -- and this is not a joke. i resolved to get back on my treadmill. i have a treadmill desk in my office which i never use anymore. so today i came in, i got -- i had shorts on, sweatshirt, i tied my adidas up nice and
treadmill. i stood there without moving for like maybe four seconds. and i got off and made coffee, and that was that. that was my workout. you know, they say only 45% of americans actually keep their new year's resolutions. which seems high to me. but to prove it we went out on the street and we asked people this afternoon what new year's resolution they have already broken. enjoy. >> what was your new year's resolution? >> to stop smoking. >> how's that going for you? >> not so good. [ laughter ] >> what's your new year's resolution? >> to stop drinking. >> how much have you had to drink today? >> one too many. >> well, cheers. >> cheers to you too. >> l'chayim. >> l'chayim. >> what was your new year's resolution? >> to be less of an [ bleep ]. >> and have you been an [ bleep ] since new year's? >> i feel like i have. i left my girlfriend in las
then i came back to the hotel a few days later. >> you're an [ bleep ]. >> yeah, i'm pretty much an [ bleep ]. >> did she come back? >> she did, but it hasn't been the smoothest ride. >> well, you're a lucky [ bleep ]. >> i am. thank you. resolution? >> to eat more kale. >> how much kale have you eaten? >> i've eaten one piece of kale and almost gagged. >> what's your name and where >> hello. i'm prince shumberg and i'm from hollywood. originally from germany. >> prince squhaumberg, what was your new year's resolution? resolution. i want to be top fit. you i want to cook a lot of schnitzel because i love it and i didn't do that last year a lot. and i want to get lots of love in my life this year. >> are you plpd blpd kid [ bleep ] kidding me right now? >> no, it's true. >> what's your new year's resolution? >> i'm turning 30 saturday and i stopped smoking cigarettes. >> how many cigarettes have you actually had since new year's? >> half a pack. but that's since new year's. today's the 5th. >> it's the 4th. >> the 4th. close.
year, definitely try to eat healthier, work out. not get in any trouble. >> what did you eat for lunch today? >> it's going to be -- i had krispy kreme donuts. it's really not a good start. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you know what? there's always next year. we have a good show for you tonight. we have music from tori kelly. the bachelor ben higgins is here. we'll be right back with jennifer lopez.
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>> jimmy: welcome back. tonight, a gentleman who is probably the most glamorous computer software salesman in the world, the bachelor ben higgins is here. i am going to predict which of the many women, 28 women in his harem, i'm going to predict which one ben will choose. my wife is very good at this. we picked the last three of them in a row. it's why they call me "rose-stradamus." then she's a grammy nominee for "best new artist" this is her brand new album it's called can the unbreakable smile." tori kelly from the samsung stage. [ applause ] tomorrow night from "game of thrones," natalie dormer will join us. we'll have music from paris. later this week bill maher, cate blanchett, bree larsen and music from vance joy and the internet. axel rose was supposed to be here tomorrow but he'll not be here tomorrow for reasons known only to axel rose. or maybe he will be here. maybe he's just trying to keep us guessing. i don't know. you know, before there was a
even j.crew, there was our first guest. she returns to "american idol" wednesday on fox. she has a new cop show called "shades of blue" starting thursday on nbc. and later this month she begins a residency at planet hollywood in las vegas. please welcome the very employed jennifer lopez! [ cheers and applause ] you look fantastic. >> hello! thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: do you even bother to make a new year's resolution or you just look in the mirror and go, i'm good? [ laughter ] >> it's true, i didn't make any new year's resolutions this year. >> jimmy: of course not. >> usually i do. >> jimmy: you don't have a need to make a -- >> i'm too busy.
even just going through your introduction -- >> i know. it's too much. >> jimmy: it's too much. it is. >> it's too much and it's not. >> jimmy: yeah. because -- >> i'm very grateful. you know what i mean? >> jimmy: and you do it because see you. and then more importantly, for the money. >> right. [ laughter ] i mean, who's going to pay for these jumpsuits? >> jimmy: that can't be cheap. you didn't get that at marshall's. [ laughter ] >> although i do shop at marshall's. >> jimmy: you do? >> yeah, why not? >> jimmy: do people pass out in the aisles when you shop at marshall's? i can't imagine you shopping at marshall's. >> no, i like shopping at the bargain places. >> jimmy: i would never have guessed that. >> i like mixing things up. >> jimmy: is that where you buy christmas gifts? like -- [ laughter ] for people you don't like that much? how many people are on your christmas list? >> oh, my god. a lot. you know, i have a lot of people who help me. and i have a big family as well. my family list is already large. >> jimmy: and they expect good
>> jimmy: yeah, right? >> santa claugs. >> jimmy: and your twins. how old are your twins? >> they're about to be 8. they're 7. >> jimmy: do you have to get them like the same amount of stuff because they're twins? >> well, i do. i do because whether they say it or you think it's not bothering them it does. they're keeping score. >> jimmy: especially for twins, i would think. >> yeah, yeah. but they're a boy and a girl. >> jimmy: that helps. >> you know, i can kind of get away with getting them different things and things like that. >> jimmy: now, you brought me something, which is very nice. >> well, yes. here's the thing. i do have a long list. of last minute. >> jimmy: it's okay. i appreciate being honored. i think it's very nice. >> but i did get you something. something. that's nice. thank you. can i open it here? >> yeah. >> jimmy: all right. here we go. all right. that doesn't -- what does that say? it's your initials.
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>> jimmy: i know your new show "shades of blue" hasn't come out yet but i saw it already because it was on the airplane when i was coming home from -- >> did you see the pilot episode? >> jimmy: i did see it. >> what did you think? >> jimmy: i think it's great. and you've got ray liotta in. >> yes. and drea dimatteo. it's very gritty. it's different for me. >> jimmy: the people on the plane seemed to like it. >> well, it is -- it's a good drama. you know what i mean? it's one of those things that it's like you get hooked on it. like what i love about television right now, it gets addicting. and this is one of those type of shows. and it's just about human nature. it's about good people who get caught up. and the way -- you just never know what's going to happen. i don't want to give away too much because i really want people to enjoy it. look really good on it. >> i do? >> jimmy: yeah. >> that was my down look. >> jimmy: that's your down look. there would be no crime if the or maybe there would be more
>> no, it was -- it's definitely different for me. i think when people see it they'll -- >> jimmy: you're doing a lot of things now. a lot of different things. weekly tv series. drama is very different from "american idol," which is almost over. but you're doing a show in las vegas. >> i am. >> jimmy: you're doing the show in las vegas, do you have to cater specifically to that las vegas audience? >> i do. i think it's a real privilege to be able to perform in vegas. i think of like people like frank sinatra and all those greats who used to entertain. and what i think of is how intimate it was with the audience. because we do arenas and we travel and we tour and there's tons of people and it's one type of experience. but being able to do vegas is a totally different thing. it's a smaller audience. you play for the room. it's more intimate. i just think there's an opportunity to have a real experience. >> jimmy: would you change -- >> to give people a different type of experience and really spend an evening with you and your music. and just get to know your
than you would in a big concert. >> jimmy: i think that's a good idea. and it's kind of an old-timy idea because that really doesn't go on so much now in vegas. >> i'm kind of old-fashioned in that way too. i'm all about that kind of old hollywood glamour. >> jimmy: will you point out the celebrities when they're there at your show? you'll say ladies and gentlemen -- >> yes. and sing with me. >> jimmy: carrot top is in the audience. [ laughter ] that kind of thing? >> i might have a surprise or two when you come. and that's my goal, is every night to be something different. to be spontaneous. you never know if so and so stops by, some -- you know, you have -- i don't want to say. but we have people coming. >> jimmy: you have people lined up already? >> yes. >> jimmy: well, it sounds like fun. >> it's going to be exciting. it's super exciting. >> jimmy: planet hollywood starting january 20th. >> that's january 20th. i'll be there 40 shows a year for the next few years. and then you know, "shades of blue" is on. >> jimmy: your mother's going to win a lot of money. shades of blue thursday. >> if you tune in to that first episode -- >> jimmy: "american idol" wednesday. you're work harder than ryan
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>> jimmy: still to come music from tori kelly. earlier tonight our next guest began a quest to find his partner for life. his choices included a woman in a unicorn head, identical twins and someone who thought it was a good idea to bring a horse to a cocktail party. "the bachelor" airs mondays on abc. please welcome bachelor ben higgins. [ cheers and applause ] you're much taller than i imagined. do people say that to you all the time? >> sometimes. well, when you watch on tv, it's like 36 inches. so i'm a little
bigger. >> jimmy: i thought you were 34 inches tall. this is really shocking. it's good to see you. i just want to make sure you're here for the right reasons tonight. are you? >> definitely. i'm so excited to be here. >> jimmy: have you seen the premiere yet? >> i did. i watched it last night. >> jimmy: what did you think? >> you know, living it back
interesting experience. that first night's insane. >> jimmy: yeah. >> with everybody getting out and
the excitement, the nerves. to live that through again is -- with? >> i watched alone. on purpose. i get embarrassed with myself so i think it's better if i can what's coming up, know what to expect, and then i can call the audience, and warn them about what happens. >> jimmy: and will they ignore o'those warnings or are they paying attention? >> my grandma's watching. she's having a watching party at her assisted living facility with four ladies. she called me on the phone, i'm so excited. >> jimmy: what do you think grandma's going to think of the girl who bent over and showed you her whole butt? >> grandma won't be proud of that. >> jimmy: grandma will be maybe a little more upset when she sees you hand the rose over to that -- leah, i believe, was her name. >> yeah. >> jimmy: how about that? you know i'm going to make a prediction at the end of this segment.
i wanted to see if you'd bite on the who did you watch it with. did you watch "the bachelorette" with anyone? thing? >> i watched actually with my family as much as i could back in indiana with their small group from church. >> jimmy: they're huge fans and they all had team ben shirts. it just felt like a welcoming place. hard. >> jimmy: that's weird because turned out. so you have to sit there with this group of people in team ben >> mm-hmm. and know that the week comes up when i get asked to go home and put a smile on my face when everybody's patting my back. it's okay. >> jimmy: you have to do a lot of lying. you really do. it's like pretty much full-time lying for two months, isn't it? >> yeah. to your church group. >> jimmy: to your church group. i hope this is worth going to hell. i really do. [ laughter ] has it been -- was it a fun experience for you? >> you know, i get asked that a lot. i don't know if i'd categorize this as fun. >> jimmy: interesting. >> it's taxing.
>> jimmy: all the sex, you mean? [ laughter ] sorry, mom and dad. >> emotionally i think you get sucked up in the whole -- in everything. and everybody's nervous. and then you're dating all these people. i think fun is not the word i'd use. >> jimmy: by the way, i happen to agree with you. to me it would be terrible. because there are of course -- there's exciting moments. you've got all these girls running around. but then you have to -- then there's crying every -- i mean, who wants to be involved with crying every day? >> well, that's it. every good -- or every good thing you try to do for somebody hurts somebody else along the process. >> jimmy: right. did you see people crying every single day? >> not every day. >> jimmy: not every day. >> not every day. there's should crying, though. on my behalf and the women as well. >> jimmy: oh, you cried also. yeah. >> you'll see it. >> jimmy: oh, boy. [ laughter ] with? >> alone in my -- you. now, there are 21 women still in contention.
fewer than 10 of them? [ laughter ] >> just watch. >> jimmy: okay. all right. i hope the final two comes down to the twins. >> wouldn't that be interesting? >> jimmy: wouldn't that be the greatest thing? if you have to choose between two identical women. >> mm-hmm. >> jimmy: please -- it's too late, i guess. >> no spoilers. >> jimmy: let's go through -- i'm going to tell you that my wife really made these decisions but she's really good at it. she's had the last three in a row right. in fourth place this year, kayla. now, this is someone like that you should marry but won't. [ laughter ] sales rep. she's got a similar business girl next door quality, but she will be rejected towards the end. yes? [ laughter ] in third place, olivia. television anchor. you gave her the first impression rose. all the other women hate her according to the trailer at the
that she's got a serious role on this thing. but she's probably crazy and will not make it to the final two. [ laughter ] yes? >> i'm working on my -- i'm just watching. >> jimmy: the runner-up, lauren b. first girl out of the limo. she's impossible not to like. other women don't realize she's a threat because she seems so sweet. but the other girls will hate her when she winds up in your final two. but unfortunately, this will end in tears for lauren b. [ laughter ] because theoman you will pick is jojo. [ cheers and applause ] now, jojo made a very big mistake getting out of the limo in a unicorn head. but you like that kind of wacky thing based on -- >> yeah. it's a little weird. >> jimmy: you like that weird stuff. but now that you're going along and agreeing with me, i'm
i'm thinking maybe i should have gone with lauren b. well, let's just say these are going to be the final two. winner. i believe you will date her for [ laughter ] and then you will be one of the most eligible bachelors in the world yet again. [ cheers and applause ] ben higgins, everybody. abc. kelly. [ cheers and applause ] >> announcer: the "jimmy kimmel
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